|Isthmus and Draco filtering out lots of salt water while using their baleen plates to keep all the fish they just gulped up inside their mouths!|
|Isthmus using a unique behavior only seen by this species in the Atlantic as a way to stun their food|
|Isthmus sticking the back part of her whale body high above the water!|
|Bubbles created by both Isthmus and Draco to help coral the fish|
|Isthmus's dorsal fin and tail|
We all enjoyed the show and with such good looks we decided to press on further offshore and head to Jeffreys Ledge to see what else may be lurking in the waters today. Our next stop was on a different species. It was a Fin whale. With one look as this whale went down on a deeper dive, we knew who it was. It was Fjord, a whale that has utilized Jeffreys Ledge for years!!!
|Great to see you once again Fjord!|
A familiar whale only continued the streak as our next stop was on yet another familiar animal, make that two. We found another pair of Humpback whales. It was Valley and Sickle. Both animals have been seen many a time feeding in our area and once again we were thrilled to have these animals allowing us time to watch them go about their daily maneuvers out on the Ledge.
|Valley's lack of dorsal fin|
|Sickle's sickle-shaped dorsal fin|
|One of our sleeping whales!|
Many thanks to all our passengers today as we had many a familiar face on board! Whether it was your first, or your 50th, the excitement that results from spending time out on the water watching whales is quite the experience. Thanks for sharing it with you all today!